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02/07/2014
By: C G.
Kindred Hospital - Rancho Cucamonga
I am here to tell you this is a wonderful hospital with some of the most caring, compassionate employees you will find in this industry. My mother was here for SIX WEEKS. I am speaking from first hand experience. Either myself, another family member or a friend were with her 95% of the time she was at Kindred. (that is aLOT of days and nights) We watched this staff daily and witnessed their hard work and dedication to their patients/careers. Even though they are very busy taking care of many patients assigned to them each day, they still make time to chat with each patient while caring for them and have a laugh or two as well. They bent over backwards for me on several occasions to help make my mother either more comfortable or happy.HERE IS AN IMPORTANT FACT - she NEVER got one bedsore the entire time she was there! They know how to care for their patients. I don't know how they all go home to their families and have anything left to give them after such long days working here but I sure appreciated them. It takes a special type of person for this work and IMO Kindred found the right group to run this facility.A sincere thank you to all those who cared for Mrs. A.S. during Dec 2013 and Jan 2014.I will never forget each and everyone of you!
12/23/2016
By: Mary J.
Rapid Care Urgent Care
Absolutely worst urgent care I've ever been too. The staff, "Jackie" was non HIPPA compliant. She was requesting personal information (d.o.b, insurance info, home address etc) from patients, out loud, from behind her desk. The male nurse was playing with people who were notably ill, teased me about my weight, and treated me like a nuisance. I've been here twice, and only went back the second time because of the doctors expertise. I agree his bedside manner is reprehensible however, he is incredibly knowledgeable. Nevertheless, I'll never go there again! #awful
06/06/2014
By: Gabe N.
Advantage Travel Clinic and Vaccination Services
I had to get drug testing and vaccination shots before I started my internship at a hospital for school. It turned out that I only had three weeks to get them. Advantage Vaccination let me come right in. They were really thorough with information that gave me ahead of time and answered all my questions. They did all the shots in one visit. I just had to come back for results a few days later. It was really convenient since it was local, too. I got everything done way before the deadline.
04/10/2017
By: S S.
California Institute-Cardio
professional building, lots of parking, beautiful office, cordial staff, superb Doc. By the way the facials there are a bargain.
02/07/2015
By: Bryan K.
Rancho Health Center
I'm glad I stopped in. Highly recommended.
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